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1 Superintendent Tom O Malley Board of Trustees Fernand Larranaga Don Mason Alan Hopkins Karen Hays 906 West 4th Street, Alturas, CA *Phone (530) *Fax (530) Erin Bevil 2015/2016 ANNUAL PARENT NOTICATION WELCOME! The State of California requires that all school districts provide parents and guardians with certain notices from the State Administrative Code, the State Education Code and other state codes and regulations relative to the operation of our local public school system. Throughout the year you will receive additional important information from your child s school. MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Modoc Joint Unified School District is to provide a quality education by leading, assisting, and motivating all students to establish and achieve goals to become responsible and productive citizens. VISION STATEMENT Modoc Joint Unified School District believes a partnership involving the school, home, and community will provide an environment that is conducive to intellectual, academic, personal, social and cultural growth so all students can achieve their maximum potential. Community, staff, parents and Governing Board will form a partnership to provide a high quality, comprehensive education for all MJUSD students so they will have the opportunity to prepare themselves for a productive future. TOBACCO FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT The district tobacco-free policy prohibits the use of tobacco products any time in district owned or leased buildings, on district property, and in district vehicles. This includes athletic events after school and on weekends. Site Administrators shall ensure that all students, parents and employees have a tobacco free environment. Students and employees using tobacco on district property or at school events are subject to disciplinary action. Information about tobacco cessation support programs will be made available and participation encouraged at all district sites. IMMUNIZATIONS All students are required, upon enrollment and at other specified times, to present proof of adequate immunization and tuberculosis skin testing, according to the requirements set forth by the State of California and County of Modoc. Students not meeting requirements will be excluded from attending school until requirements are met. In addition, all students entering grades 7 through 12 will be required to provide proof of Whooping Cough (Tdap) Booster. 1

2 Directory of Schools... 3 School Calander... 4 Admittance to Kindergarten... 5 Pupil Discipline:Suspension and Expulsion Attendance of Suspended... 5 Attendance of Suspended Puil s Parent... 7 Sexual Harassment Policy... 7 HIV/AIDS Prevention Education... 7 Pupil Nutrition/Notice of Free & Reduced Price Meals... 7 Right to Refrain From Harmful Use of Animals... 7 Immunization and Communicable Diseases... 7 Medication... 8 Anaphylaxis Treatment... 8 Continuing Medication Regiment... 8 Medical and Hospital Services For Pupils... 8 Disabled Pupils-Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act Special Education Special Education Child Find System... 9 Physical Examination; Parent Refusal to Consent... 9 Vision Appraisal... 9 Scoliosis Screening Notice... 9 Asbestos Management Plan... 9 Annual Notification of Anticipated Pest/Weed Management... 9 School Bus Emergency Procedure and Passenger Safety Notice of Alternative Schools Vocational Education Programs Nondiscrimination Policy School Attendance/Attendance Alternatives Pupils With Temporary Disabilities Absence For Religious Instruction Absences For Confidential Medical Services Notice of Minimum Days and Pupil Free Staff Development Grade Reduction/Loss of Academic Credit Excused Absences Truancy Fingerprinting Program Sex Equity in Career Planning College Admission Requirements Career Technical High School Curriculum State Funded Advanced Placement Examinations High School Exit Exam Uniform Complaint Procedure Student Insurance Oral Health Assessment Waiver Request Type 2 Diabetes Information Pupil Records/Notice of Privacy Rights of Parents and Student Release of Student Records to School Officials and Employees Notice of Privacy Policy Concussion and Head Injuries Safe Place To Learn Act Prospectus of School Curriculum Directory Information Release of Information to Military Services High School Exit Exam High School Open Campus Titlt I Parent Involvement Policy School Compacts Student Dress Guidelines Sun Protective Clothing/Use of Sunscreen Tabacco Free Schools Safe Place to Learn Act School Accountability Report Card Comprehensive School Safety Plan Duty Concerning Conduct of Pupils Duties of Pupils Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Disruption in Public School or Meeting Megan s Law Notification Liability of Parent or Guardian for Willful Pupil Misconduct Childrent in Homeless Situations Notificacion Annual A Los Padres

3 NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Modoc Joint Unified School District complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504 providing educational services and employment opportunities on a non-discriminatory basis. The District does not discriminate on the basis of the person s actual or perceived race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex, or sexual orientation. The coordinator for non-discrimination is the Modoc High School Principal, (530) , Ext WHERE TO GET HELP/INFORAMTION Free/Reduced Lunch Program: at recording press extension number Grades K-5 Elementary Secretary-201 Grades 6-8 Modoc Middle School Secretary-301 Grades 9-12 Modoc High School Secretary-401 District Food Service Program Director Jessica Boal School Phone Numbers: at recording press extension number District Tom O Malley, Superintendent 101 Alturas Elementary School Barry Barnhart, Principal 201 Alturas Elementary School Attendance Office 202 Independent Study Program Brian Norby, Principal 444 Modoc Middle School Office Noelle Knight, Principal 301 Modoc Middle School Attendance Office 307 Modoc High School Brian Norby, Principal Todd Hughes, Assistant Principal 401 Modoc High School Attendance Office/Student Service Center 405 State Line Elementary School Todd Hughes, Principal Warner High School Brian Norby, Principal 405 School Schedules Alturas Elementary Kindergarten 8:20 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. Alturas Elementary Transitional Kindergarten 8:20 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. AES Extended Day Extended Kindergarten day begins Nov. 8:20 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. Alturas Elementary Grades 1-3 8:20 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. Alturas Elementary Grades 4-5 8:20 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. State Line Elementary Kindergarten 7:55 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. State Line Extended Day Extended Kindergarten day begins Dec. 7:55 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. State Line Elementary Grades K - 5 7:55 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Modoc Middle School Grades 6-8 8:20 a.m. to 2:55 p.m. Modoc High School Grades :10 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. High Desert Community Day Grades :10 a.m. to 2:55 p.m. Warner High School Grades :00 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. 3

4 School Calendar Holidays Report Periods First Day of School August 20 Labor Day September 7 Minimum Day Staff Development September 2, 16, 23, 30 Minimum Day Staff Development October 7, 14, 21, 28 Minimum Day Staff Development November 4 Veteran s Day( Observed) November 11 Minimum Day - Students and Staff November 20 Thanksgiving Vacation November Minimum Day Staff Development December 2, 9 Minimum Day - Students and Staff December 18 Winter Vacation Dec 21-Jan 1 Minimum Day Staff Development January 6, 13, 27 End of First Semester January 15 Martin Luther King Day January 18 Minimum Day Staff Development February 3, 10, 24 Presidents Day February 15 Minimum Day Staff Development March 2, 9, 16 Minimum Day - Students and Staff March 25 Spring Break March 28 April 1 Minimum Day Staff Development April 6, 13, 27 In Lieu of Lincoln s Birthday April 18 Minimum Day Staff Development May 4, 13, 18, 25 Memorial Day May 30 MMS Promotion June 2 End 2nd Semester June 2 Minimum Day/Last Day of School - Students and Staff June 2 MHS Graduation June 3 Teacher Work Day June 3 4

5 DEAR PARENT/GUARDIAN: MODOC JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL NOTICE TO PARENTS Section of the Education Code of California requires that notice be given at the beginning of the first semester or quarter of the regular school term to the parent or guardian of the minor pupils in the school district regarding the rights of the parent or guardian under sections 32390, 35291, 46014, 48205, 48207, 48208, 49403, 49423, 49451, 49472, 51938, Chapter 2.3 (commencing with section 32255) of Part 19, and notice of the availability of the program prescribed by Article 9 (commencing with section 49510) of Chapter 9 and of the availability of individualized instruction under section Section requires that this Notice be signed and returned by the parent or guardian to the school. Signature and return of the attached form is acknowledgement by the parent or guardian that he or she has been informed of his or her rights but does not indicate that consent to participate in any particular program has either been given or withheld. Some legislation requires additional notification to the parents or guardians during the school term or at least 15 days prior to a specific activity. (A separate letter will be sent to parents or guardians prior to any of these specified activities or classes, and the student will be excused whenever the parents or guardians file with the principal of the school a statement in writing requesting that their child not participate.) Other legislation grants certain rights that are spelled out in this form. Accordingly, you are hereby notified as follows (when used in this notification parent includes a parent or legal guardian): ADMITTANCE TO KINDERGARTEN ((EC 48000) (a) A child shall be admitted to a kindergarten maintained by the school district at the beginning of a school year, or at a later time in the same year if the child will have his or her fifth birthday on or before one of the following dates: (1) December 2 of the school year (2) November 1 of the school year. (3) October 1 of the school year (4) September 1 of the school year and each school year thereafter. (b) The governing board of a school district maintaining one or more kindergartens may, on a case-by-case basis, admit to a kindergarten a child having attained the age of five years at any time during the school year with the approval of the parent or guardian, subject to the following conditions: (1) The governing board determines that the admittance is in the best interests of the child. (2) The parent or guardian is given information regarding the advantages and disadvantages and any other explanatory information about the effect of this early admittance. (c) As a condition of receipt of apportionment for pupils in a transitional kindergarten program pursuant to subdivision (g) of Section 46300, a school district or charter school shall ensure the following: (1) In the school year, a child who will have his or her fifth birthday between November 2 and December 2 shall be admitted to a transitional kindergarten program maintained by the school district. (2) In the school year, a child who will have his or her fifth birthday between October 2 and December 2 shall be admitted to a transitional kindergarten program maintained by the school district. (3) In the school year and each school year thereafter, a child who will have his or her fifth birthday between September 2 and December 2 shall be admitted to a transitional kindergarten program maintained by the school district. (d) For purposes of this section, "transitional kindergarten" means the first year of a two-year kindergarten program that uses a modified kindergarten curriculum that is age and developmentally appropriate. (e) A transitional kindergarten shall not be construed as a new program or higher level of service. PUPIL DISCIPLINE: SUSPENSION AND EXPULSION (EC 48925) Education Code defines suspension as the removal of a pupil from ongoing instruction for adjustment purposes. A pupil shall not be suspended from school or recommended for expulsion, unless the superintendent of the school district or the principal of the school in which the pupil is enrolled determines that the pupil has committed an act as defined pursuant to any of subdivisions (a) to (r), inclusive: (a) (1) Caused, attempted to cause, or threatened to cause physical injury to another person. (2) Willfully used force or violence upon the person of another, except in self-defense. (b) Possessed, sold, or otherwise furnished a firearm, knife, explosive, or other dangerous object, unless, in the case of possession of an object of this type, the pupil had obtained written permission to possess the item from a certificated school employee, which is concurred in by the principal or the designee of the principal. (c) Unlawfully possessed, used, sold, or otherwise furnished, or been under the influence of, a controlled substance listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind. (d) Unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell a controlled substance listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind, and either sold, delivered, or otherwise furnished to a person another liquid, substance, or material and represented the liquid, substance, or material as a controlled substance, alcoholic beverage, or intoxicant. (e) Committed or attempted to commit robbery or extortion. (f) Caused or attempted to cause damage to school property or private property. (g) Stole or attempted to steal school property or private property. (h) Possessed or used tobacco, or products containing tobacco or nicotine products, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, miniature cigars, clove cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, snuff, chew packets, and betel. However, this section does not prohibit use or possession by a 5

6 pupil of his or her own prescription products. (i) Committed an obscene act or engaged in habitual profanity or vulgarity. (j) Unlawfully possessed or unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell drug paraphernalia, as defined in Section of the Health and Safety Code. (k) (1) Disrupted school activities or otherwise willfully defied the valid authority of supervisors, teachers, administrators, school officials, or other school personnel engaged in the performance of their duties. (2) Except as provided in Section 48910, a pupil enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 3, inclusive, shall not be suspended for any of the acts enumerated in this subdivision, and this subdivision shall not constitute grounds for a pupil enrolled in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, to be recommended for expulsion. This paragraph shall become inoperative on July 1, 2018, unless a later enacted statute that becomes operative before July 1, 2018, deletes or extends that date. (l) Knowingly received stolen school property or private property. (m) Possessed an imitation firearm. As used in this section, "imitation firearm" means a replica of a firearm that is so substantially similar in physical properties to an existing firearm as to lead a reasonable person to conclude that the replica is a firearm. (n) Committed or attempted to commit a sexual assault as defined in Section 261, 266c, 286, 288, 288a, or 289 of the Penal Code or committed a sexual battery as defined in Section of the Penal Code. (o) Harassed, threatened, or intimidated a pupil who is a complaining witness or a witness in a school disciplinary proceeding for purposes of either preventing that pupil from being a witness or retaliating against that pupil for being a witness, or both. (p) Unlawfully offered, arranged to sell, negotiated to sell, or sold the prescription drug Soma. (q) Engaged in, or attempted to engage in, hazing. For purposes of this subdivision, "hazing" means a method of initiation or preinitiation into a pupil organization or body, whether or not the organization or body is officially recognized by an educational institution, which is likely to cause serious bodily injury or personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to a former, current, or prospective pupil. For purposes of this subdivision, "hazing" does not include athletic events orschool-sanctioned events. (r) Engaged in an act of bullying. For purposes of this subdivision, the following terms have the following meanings: (1) "Bullying" means any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act or conduct, including communications made in writing or by means of an electronic act, and including one or more acts committed by a pupil or group of pupils as defined in Section , , or , directed toward one or more pupils that has or can be reasonably predicted to have the effect of one or more of the following: (A) Placing a reasonable pupil or pupils in fear of harm to that pupil's or those pupils' person or property. (B) Causing a reasonable pupil to experience a substantially detrimental effect on his or her physical or mental health. (C) Causing a reasonable pupil to experience substantial interference with his or her academic performance. (D) Causing a reasonable pupil to experience substantial interference with his or her ability to participate in or benefit from the activities, or privileges provided by a school. services, (s) (t) (2) (A) "Electronic act" means the creation and transmission originated on or off the schoolsite, by means of an electronic device, including, but not limited to, a telephone, wireless telephone, or other wireless communication device, computer, or pager, of a communication, including, but not limited to, any of the following: (i) A message, text, sound, or image. (ii) A post on a social network Internet Web site, including, but not limited to: (I) Posting to or creating a burn page. "Burn page" means an Internet Web site created for the purpose of having one or more of the effects listed in paragraph (1). (II) Creating a credible impersonation of another actual pupil for the purpose of having one or more of the effects listed in paragraph (1). "Credible impersonation" means to knowingly and without consent impersonate a pupil for the purpose of bullying the pupil and such that another pupil would reasonably believe, or has reasonably believed, that the pupil was or is the pupil who was impersonated. (III) Creating a false profile for the purpose of having one or more of the effects listed in paragraph (1). "False profile" means a profile of a fictitious pupil or a profile using the likeness or attributes of an actual pupil other than the pupil who created the false profile. (B) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) and subparagraph (A), an electronic act shall not constitute pervasive conduct solely on the basis that it has been transmitted on the Internet or is currently posted on the Internet. (3) "Reasonable pupil" means a pupil, including, but not limited to, an exceptional needs pupil, who exercises average care, skill, and judgment in conduct for a person of his or her age, or for a person of his or her age with his or her exceptional needs. A pupil shall not be suspended or expelled for any of the acts enumerated in this section unless the act is related to a school activity or school attendance occurring within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district or principal or occurring within any other school district. A pupil may be suspended or expelled for acts that are enumerated in this section and related to a school activity or school attendance that occur at any time, including, but not limited to, any of the following: (1) While on school grounds. (2) While going to or coming from school. (3) During the lunch period whether on or off the campus. (4) During, or while going to or coming from, a school-sponsored activity. A pupil who aids or abets, as defined in Section 31 of the Penal Code, the infliction or attempted infliction of physical injury to another person may be subject to suspension, but not expulsion, pursuant to this section, except that a pupil who has been adjudged by a juvenile court to have committed, as an aider and abettor, a crime of physical violence in which the victim suffered great bodily injury or serious bodily injury shall be subject to discipline pursuant to subdivision (a). (u) As used in this section, "school property" includes, but is not limited to, electronic files and databases. (v) For a pupil subject to discipline under this section, a superintendent of the school district or principal may use his or her discretion to provide alternatives to suspension or expulsion that are age appropriate and designed to address and correct the pupil's specific misbehavior as specified in Section (w) It is the intent of the Legislature that alternatives to suspension or expulsion be imposed against a pupil who is truant, tardy, or otherwise absent from school activities. 6

7 .2 Committed sexual harassment as defined in Education Code For the purposes of this chapter, the conduct described in Section must be considered by a reasonable person of the same gender as the victim to be sufficiently severe or pervasive to have a negative impact upon the individual s academic performance or to create an intimidating hostile or offensive Educational environment. This section shall not apply to pupils enrolled in kindergarten and grades 1 to 3, inclusive, (EC )..3 Caused, attempted to cause, threatened to cause, or participated in an act of, hate, violence, as defined in subdivision of Section , for pupils grades 4 to Intentionally engaged in harassment, threats, or intimidation, directed against a pupil or group of pupils, that is sufficiently severe or pervasive to have the actual and reasonably expected effect or materially disrupting class work, creating substantial disorder, and invading the rights of the pupil or group of pupils by creating an intimidating or hostile educational environment, for pupils in grades 4 to 12. (EC )..7 Making terrorists threats against school officials or school property, or both (EC ). Education Code authorizes teachers to require parents or guardians suspended by a teacher to attend a portion of the school day in his or her child s or ward s classroom. The attendance shall be limited to the class from which the pupil was suspended. ATTENDANCE OF SUSPENDED PUPIL S PARENT (EC ) If a teacher suspends a student, the teacher may require the child s parent to attend a portion of the school day in his or her child s classes. Employers may not discriminate against parents who are required to comply with this requirement. SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY (EC 231.5, 48980(G), ) The District will not tolerate sexual harassment by anyone participating in any District program or activity. This includes student-to-student or peer sexual harassment as well as harassment between a student and any District participant. The District takes all complaints of sexual harassment seriously, investigates and addresses identified sexual harassment, and if the investigation results in the determination that sexual harassment has occurred, takes reasonable, immediate corrective action to stop the harassment, eliminate a hostile environment, and prevent future sexual harassment. Alleged pupil sexual harassment in violation of District policy or federal or state law will be handled pursuant to District policy and procedures which can be found online at A pupil in grades 4 to 12, inclusive, may be suspended from school or recommended for expulsion if the superintendent or principal of the school in which the pupil is enrolled determines that the pupil has committed sexual harassment as defined by EC HIV/AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION (EC 51934) Education Code requires that all pupils in grades 7 to 12, inclusive, receive HIV/AIDS prevention education at least once in junior high or middle school and at least once in high school. Education Code states that a parent or guardian of a pupil has the right to excuse their child from all or part of the HIV/AIDS prevention education. Before a pupil receives instruction in HIV/AIDS prevention education, the school district will notify the parent or guardian about the instruction and advise the parent or guardian. The parent may request in writing that his or her child not receive HIV/AIDS prevention education. Any written and audiovisual educational materials used in the HIV/AIDS prevention education are available for inspection by the parent or guardian. Parents or guardians will be advised as to whether the HIV/AIDS prevention education will be taught by school district personnel, by outside consultants, or in an assembly by guest speakers. Parents or guardians have the right to request a copy of Education Codes related to HIV/AIDS prevention education. Education Code states a pupil may not attend any class in HIV/AIDS prevention education if the school has received a written request from the pupil s parent or guardian excusing the pupil from participation. PUPIL NUTRITION/NOTICE OF FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS (EC 48980(b), 49510, and 49558) Needy children may be eligible for free or reduced price meals. Details are available at your child s school. Individual records pertaining to student participation in any free or reduced price meal program may, under appropriate circumstances, be used by school district employees to identify students eligible for public school choice and supplemental educational services pursuant to the federal No Child Left Behind Act. When a household is selected for verification of eligibility for free and reduced meals, the District must notify the parent that their child(ren) s eligibility is being verified. RIGHT TO REFRAIN FROM HARMFUL USE OF ANIMALS (EC ) Pupils may choose to refrain from participating in educational projects involving the harmful or destructive use of animals based on moral objections, and may complete an alternative educational project acceptable to the teacher. In order to refrain from participation, a parent or guardian must submit a written note of the objections to participating in an educational project involving the harmful or destructive use of animals. An opt-out form is provided within this notice. IMMUNIZATION AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (EC 48216, 49403) The District shall follow all laws, rules, and regulations regarding immunizations required for students to enroll. If a student has not been properly immunized as required, The District reserves the right to temporarily exclude that student from attendance at a District program or activity until the immunization requirements are met. Upon written parental consent, the District may permit any licensed physician or registered nurse to administer an immunizing agent to a pupil. Note: AB 2109-Effective January 1, 2014: In order to be exempt from immunization requirements, parents or guardians must submit an affidavit 7

8 specifying which immunizations the pupil has received and which have not been given on the basis that they are contrary to the parent or guardian s beliefs. The affidavit must be accompanied by a signed attestation from a health care practitioner stating the practitioner informed the parent or guardian regarding benefits and risks of the immunization and specified communicable diseases. The affidavit must also be accompanied by a form with a statement from the parent or guardian that he or she received the information from the health care practitioner. MEDICATION (EC 49423) Any student who must take prescribed medication at school and who desires assistance of school personnel must submit a written statement of instructions from the physician or physician assistant and a parental request for assistance in administering the medications. Any student may carry and self-administer prescription auto-injectable epinephrine only if the student submits a written statement of instructions from the physician or physician assistant and written parental consent authorizing the self-administration of medication, providing a release for the school nurse or other personnel to consult with the child's health care provider as questions arise, and releasing the district and personnel from civil liability if the child suffers any adverse reaction as a result of the self-administration of medication. ANAPHYLAXIS TREATMENT (EC 49414) California Education Code mandates that school districts to provide epinephrine auto-injectors to trained personnel to use to provide emergency medical aid to persons suffering from an anaphylactic reaction. Anaphylaxis is a rapid, severe allergic response triggered by insect stings, foods, medications, latex materials, exercise, or in rare cases by unknown causes. This is a life-threatening allergic condition, requiring immediate treatment. Administering epinephrine to students during a medical emergency may help to insure the student s health and safety at school. Therefore, the Modoc Joint Unified School District has adopted a policy for giving life-saving epinephrine to students in need of such treatment. This policy states that a credentialed, licensed school nurse or trained, unlicensed school staff, under the direct or indirect supervision of the credentialed school nurse (or supervisor of health), may administer epinephrine in the form of an EpiPen during a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction. The EpiPen rapidly delivers a pre-measured, sterile, single dose of epinephrine by direct injection through the skin. If parents/guardians do not wish their child to receive this treatment, they must so indicate in writing within two weeks of the beginning of school. CONTINUING MEDICATION REGIMENT(EC The parent or legal guardian of any pupil on a continuing medication regimen for a non-episodic condition shall inform the school nurse or other contact person of the medication being taken, the current dosage, and the name of the supervising physician. With the consent of the parent or legal guardian of the pupil, the school nurse may communicate with the physician and may counsel with the school personnel regarding the possible effects of the drug on the child's physical, intellectual, and social behavior, as well as possible behavioral signs and symptoms of adverse side effects, omission, or overdose. MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL SERVICES FOR PUPILS (EC and 49472) The district is required to notify parents in writing if it does not provide or make available medical and hospital services for students injured while participating in athletic activities. The district is also authorized to provide medical or hospital services through nonprofit membership corporations or insurance policies for student injuries arising out of school related activities. DISABLED PUPILS-SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973 Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 USC 12101, et seq.) prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Section 504 requires school districts to identify and evaluate children with disabilities in order to provide them a free, appropriate public education. Individuals with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, including seeing, hearing, walking, breathing, working, performing manual tasks, learning, eating, sleeping, standing, lifting, bending, reading, concentrating, thinking, speaking, are eligible to receive services and aids designed to meet their needs as adequately as the needs of non-disabled students are met. SPECIAL EDUCATION The Modoc Joint Unified School District distributes the following information regarding rights related to parents or guardians of Special Education. Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) is defined by Education Code as specifically designed instruction, at no cost to the parent, to meet the unique needs of individuals with exceptional needs, whose educational needs cannot be met with modifications of the regular instruction program, and related services, at no cost to the parent, that may be needed to assist these individuals to benefit from the specifically designed instruction. Special Education is an integral part of the Modoc Joint Unified School District and as such provides education in a manner that promotes maximum interaction between children or youth with disabilities and children or youth who are not disabled in a manner that is appropriate for both. A full continuum of placement options to meet the educational and service needs of individuals with exceptional needs in the least restrictive environment is available for children with disabilities from birth through the age of twenty-one. Services for special need students might include speech/language, adapted physical education, Braille transcribers, and interpreters for deaf students, special class instruction, and resource specialist services. Special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of children with disabilities from the regular education program occurs only when the nature or severity of the disability is such that education in the regular classes with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be satisfactorily achieved. The Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEIA) Procedural Safeguards are available through the Modoc County Office of Education and are provided to parents when their child is referred for special education assessment, at Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings when a parent registers a complaint, or at any time upon parental request. 8

9 The Modoc Joint Unified School District has an extensive and systematic Child Find process in an effort to identify all individuals with exceptional needs from birth through age 21. If parents believe that their child is in need of special education services, they should contact their site administrator. If the child is younger than age five, contact should be made with the Special Education Department at (530) For more information regarding special education, please contact your child s principal or the Special Education Office. SPECIAL EDUCATION (IDEA) State and federal law requires that a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment be offered to qualified pupils with disabilities ages 3 through 21 years. More information concerning student eligibility, parental rights and procedural safeguards are available upon request. SPECIAL EDUCATION; CHILD FIND SYSTEM (EC 56301) Any parent suspecting that a child has exceptional needs may request an assessment for eligibility for special education services through the school principal. Policy and procedures shall include written notification to all parents of their rights pursuant to EC SPECIAL EDUCATION COMPLAINTS (5 CCR 3080) State regulations require the district to establish procedures to deal with complaints regarding special education. If you believe that the district is in violation of federal or state law governing the identification or placement of a special education student, or similar issues, you may file a written complaint with the district. State regulations require the district to forward your complaint to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Procedures are available from your school principal. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION; PARENT REFUSAL TO CONSENT (EC 49451) A child may be exempt from physical examination whenever the parents file a written statement with the school principal stating that they will not consent to routine physical exam of their child. Whenever there is good reason to believe the child is suffering from a recognized contagious disease, the child will be excluded from school attendance. VISION APPRAISAL (EC 49455) The district is required to appraise each student s vision upon initial enrollment and every third year thereafter until the student completes the 8 th grade. The appraisal shall include tests for visual acuity and color vision; however, color vision shall be appraised once and only on male students. The evaluation may be waived upon presentation of a certificate from a physician, surgeon, physician s assistant, or optometrist setting out the results of a determination of the student s vision, including visual acuity and color vision. SCOLIOSIS SCREENING NOTICE (EC and ) In addition to the physical examinations required pursuant to Sections , and of the Health and Safety Code, the district is required to provide for the screening of every female student in grade 7 and every male student in grade 8 for the condition known as scoliosis. ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN (40 C.F.R ) Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40 states that each school site in the district has an AHERA Report (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act) which identifies where asbestos is located at the school and the conditions of those areas. This report is updated every three months. A copy of the school report is available at the school site. ANNUAL NOTIFICATION OF ANTICIPATED PEST/WEED MANAGEMENT PRODUCT APPLICATIONS (EC , 17612) To meet requirements of the Healthy Schools Act of 2000, the Modoc Joint Unified School District is providing annual written notification to staff, parents and guardians regarding the intended application of pest management and or weed management products. For the school year, Modoc Joint Unified School District may apply the following pest/weed management products as necessary. MJUSD Planned Pesticides Use: 2015/2016 Item Name of Pesticide EPA Registration Number Active Ingredient(s) 1 DELTAGARD G INSECTICIDE GRANULES EPA# Deltamethrin 2 DRIONE INSECTICIDE EPA # PYRENTHRINS, 3 PIPERONYL Butoxide, Amorphous Silica Gel, Petroleum distillate 4 KICKER EPA # PYRENTHRINS, 5 PIPERONYLBUTOXIDE, Petroleum distillate 6 SUSPEND SC INSECTICIDE EPA # Deltamethrin 7 PREMISE 75 WP EPA # Imidacloprid 8 TEMPO 20% Wettable Powder EPA # , -396, -380, 397, -403, -395 TEMPO (cyfluthrin) 9 CONTRAC BLOX EPA # Bromadiolone 10 Allure (Insect Attractant Lure) 11 Various: non has mat as per 29 CFR Part (OSHA) 12 MAXFORCE FC Professional Insect Control Ant Bait Station EPA # Flpronil 13 MAXFORCE Professional Insect Control Fine Granule Insect Bait EPA # Hydramethylnon 14 MAXFORCE Professional Insect Control Roach Killer Bait Gel EPA # Hydramethylon 15 CONQUER RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE EPA# Refined Petroleums Solvent 16 Catalyst Emulsified in Water Insecticide EPA # Propetamphos 17 Gentrol IGR Concentrate Hydroprene, Mineral Oil, Petroleum distillates 9

10 For additional information on pest management products, you may access the California Department of Pesticide Regulation website at Most products used fall under the safest caution category. All pesticide management products are applied when children are not present. Applicators receive annual safety training, strictly follow the U.S. EPA label instructions and only apply pesticides when necessary. If you wish to receive notification of individual pest management products applications at your child s school please call the district office at (530) ext. 101 and request the Parent/Guardian Request for Notification form. Fill out the form and return it to the district office. You will then be notified of each scheduled herbicide/pesticide application. SCHOOL BUS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE AND PASSENGER SAFETY (EC ) All Pupils in prekindergarten, kindergarten, and grades 1 through 12, inclusive, in public or private school who are transported in a School bus. The county superintendent of schools, superintendent of the school district, or owner/operator of a private school, as applicable, shall ensure that the instruction is provided as follows: (1) Upon registration, the parents or guardians of all pupils not previously transported in a School bus or school pupil activity bus and grades 1 through 6, inclusive, shall be provided with written information on School bus safety. The information shall include, but not be limited to, all the following: (a) A list of School bus stops near each pupil s home Route sheets available on Modoc Joint Unified School District web page (b) General rules of conduct at School bus loading zones (c) Red light crossing instructions Obey driver s instructions (d) Wakling to and from School bus stops. (e) School bus danger zone NOTICE OF ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS (EC , 17612) The Modoc Joint Unified School District conducts the following alternative education programs: High Desert Community Day School, grades 6-10; Warner High School, grades 11-12; and Independent Study, grades K-12. California State law authorizes all school districts to provide for alternative schools. The Education Code defines alternative school as a school or separate class group within a school, which is operated in a manner designed to: (a) Maximize the opportunity for students to develop the positive values of self-reliance, initiative, kindness, spontaneity, resourcefulness, courage, creativity, responsibility, and joy. (b) Recognize that the best learning takes place when the student learns because of his desire to learn. (c) Maintain a learning situation maximizing student self-motivation and encouraging the student in his own time to follow his own interests. These interests may result in whole or in part from a presentation by his teachers of choices of learning projects. (d) Maximize the opportunity for teachers, parents and students to cooperatively develop the learning process and its subject matter. This opportunity shall be a continuous, permanent process. (e) Maximize the opportunity for the students, teachers, and parents to continuously react to the changing world, including but not limited to the community in which the school is located. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS Public Law , Section 204(b) requires that school districts receiving Federal (Carl Perkins) funds for vocational education notify students and parents prior to ninth grade of the vocational education available and the eligibility requirements for enrollment in such vocational programs. A complete list of vocational programs and the eligibility requirements for enrollment may be obtained from the Educational Services, 2820 Clark Avenue, Norco, California 92860, telephone (951) , or any high school counselor. NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY (EC 200) The Board of Trustees is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group, identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental or physical disability, or age, or on a person s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Questions or concerns regarding these rights or allegations of discrimination under Title VI or Title IX should be directed to the Human Resources Department, 906 West 4th Street, Alturas, CA (530) Allegations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 should be directed to the Superintendent s Office, 906 West 4th Street, Alturas, CA 96101, (530) SCHOOL ATTENDANCE/ATTENDANCE ALTERNATIVES (EC 48200, 48204) California law (EC 48980(h)) requires all school boards to inform each student s parent at the beginning of the school year of the various ways in which they may choose schools for their children to attend other than the ones assigned by school districts. Students who attend schools other than those assigned by the districts are referred to as transfer students throughout this notification. There is one process for choosing a school within the district which the parent lives (intra-district transfer), and potentially three separate processes for selecting schools in other districts (inter-district transfer). The general requirements and limitations of each process are described as follows: Choosing a School Within District in Which Parent Lives: The law (EC (b)) requires the school board of each Parents have three different options for choosing a school outside the district in which they live. The three options are: Option 1: Districts of Choice (EC through 48315): The law allows, but does not require, each school district to become a district of choice that is, a district that accepts transfer students from outside the district under the terms of the referenced Education Code sections. If the school board of a district decides to become a district of choice it must determine the number of students it is willing to accept in this category each year and make sure that the students are selected through a random and unbiased process, which generally means a lottery process. If the district chooses not to become a district of choice, a parent may not request a transfer under these provisions. Other provisions of the district of choice option include: either the district a student would transfer to or the district a student would transfer from may deny a transfer if it will negatively 10

11 affect the racial and ethnic balance of the district, or a court ordered or voluntary desegregation plan. A district of choice cannot deny a transfer request on the basis that the costs to provide services exceeds the revenue received, but it may reject a request if doing so would require the creation of a new program. However, the district of choice may not deny the transfer of any special needs student, including an individual with exceptional needs, or an English Learner student even if the cost to educate the student exceeds the revenue received or the creation of a new program is required. The district a student would be leaving may also limit the total number of students transferring out of the district each year to a specified percentage of its total enrollment, depending on the size of the district. Communications to parents or guardians by a school district of choice shall be factually accurate and shall not target students based upon academic ability, athletic performance, or other personal characteristics. No student who currently attends a school or lives within the attendance area of a school can be forced out of that school to make room for a student transferring under these provisions. Siblings of students already attending school in the district of choice and children of military personnel must be given transfer priority. A parent may request transportation assistance within the boundaries of the district of choice. The district is required to provide transportation only to the extent it already does so. Option 2: Other Interdistrict Transfers (EC et seq.): The law allows two or more districts to enter into an agreement for the transfer of one or more students for a period of up to five years. New agreements may be entered into for additional periods of up to five years each. The agreement must specify the terms and conditions under which transfers are permitted. There are no statutory limitations on the kinds of terms and conditions districts are allowed to place on transfers. The law on inter district transfers also provides for the following: district to establish a policy that allows parents to choose the schools their children will attend, regardless of where the parent lives in the district. The law limits choice within a school district as follows: Students who live in the attendance area of a school must be given priority to attend that school over students who do not live in the school s attendance area. In cases in which there are more requests to attend a school than there are openings, the selection process must be random and unbiased, which generally means students must be selected through a lottery process rather than on a first come, first served basis. A district cannot use a student s academic or athletic performance as a reason to accept or reject a transfer. Each district must decide the number of openings at each school which can be filled by transfer students. Each district also has the authority to keep appropriate racial and ethnic balances among its schools, meaning that a district can deny a transfer request if it would upset this balance or would leave the district out of compliance with a court ordered or voluntary desegregation program. A district is not required to provide transportation assistance to a student that transfers to another school in the district under these provisions. If a transfer is denied, a parent does not have an automatic right to appeal the decision. A district may, however, voluntarily decide to put in place a process for parents to appeal a decision. Choosing a School Outside District in Which Parent Lives: Parents have three different options for choosing a school outside the district in which they live. The three options are: Option 1: Districts of Choice (EC through 48315): The law allows, but does not require, each school district to become a district of choice that is, a district that accepts transfer students from outside the district under the terms of the referenced Education Code sections. If the school board of a district decides to become a district of choice it must determine the number of students it is willing to accept in this category each year and make sure that the students are selected through a random and unbiased process, which generally means a lottery process. If the district chooses not to become a district of choice, a parent may not request a transfer under these provisions. Other provisions of the district of choice option include: Either the district a student would transfer to or the district a student would transfer from may deny a transfer if it will negatively affect the racial and ethnic balance of the district, or a court ordered or voluntary desegregation plan. A district of choice cannot deny a transfer request on the basis that the costs to provide services exceeds the revenue received, but it may reject a request if doing so would require the creation of a new program. However, the district of choice may not deny the transfer of any special needs student, including an individual with exceptional needs, or an English Learner student even if the cost to educate the student exceeds the revenue received or the creation of a new program is required. The district a student would be leaving may also limit the total number of students transferring out of the district each year to a specified percentage of its total enrollment, depending on the size of the district. Communications to parents or guardians by a school district of choice shall be factually accurate and shall not target students based upon academic ability, athletic performance, or other personal characteristics. No student who currently attends a school or lives within the attendance area of a school can be forced out of that school to make room for a student transferring under these provisions. Siblings of students already attending school in the district of choice and children of military personnel must be given transfer priority. A parent may request transportation assistance within the boundaries of the district of choice. The district is required to provide transportation only to the extent it already does so. Option 2: Other Interdistrict Transfers (EC et seq.): The law allows two or more districts to enter into an agreement for the transfer of one or more students for a period of up to five years. New agreements may be entered into for additional periods of up to five years each. The agreement must specify the terms and conditions under which transfers are permitted. There are no statutory limitations on the kinds of terms and conditions districts are allowed to place on transfers. The law on inter district transfers also provides for the following: If either district denies a transfer request, a parent may appeal that decision to the county board of education. There are specified timelines in the law for filing an appeal and for the county board of education to make a decision. Option 3: Parental Employment in Lieu of Residency Transfers (EC 48204(b)): If at least one parent or legal guardian of a student is physically employed in the boundaries of a school district other than the one in which they live for a minimum of 10 hours during the school week, the student may be considered a resident of the school district in which his/her parents work. This code section does not require that a school district accept a student requesting a transfer on this basis, but a student may not be rejected on the basis of ace/ethnicity, sex, parental income, academic achievement, or any other arbitrary consideration. Other provisions of EC 48204(b) include: 11

12 Either the district in which the parent or legal guardian live or the district in which the parent or legal guardian works may prohibit the student s transfer if it is determined that there would be a negative impact on the district. The district in which the parent or legal guardian works may reject a transfer if it determines that the cost of educating the student would be more than the amount of government funds the district would receive for educating the student. There are set limits (based on total enrollment) on the net numbers of students that may transfer out of a district under this law, unless the district approves a greater number of transfers. There is no required appeal process for a transfer that is denied. However, the district that declines to admit a student must provide in writing to the parent or legal guardian the specific reasons for denying the transfer. Open Enrollment Act (EC et seq.) Whenever a student is attending a district school on the Open Enrollment List, as identified by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, he/she may apply to transfer to another school within or outside of the District, if the school to which he/she is transferring has a higher Academic Performance Index. Districts with a school on the List must notify the parents/guardians at that school on or before the first day of the school year of their option to transfer to another public school. Information regarding the application process and applicable deadlines can be obtained from the district office. This summary provides an overview of the laws applicable to school attendance for each alternative. Additional information is available upon request. PUPILS WITH TEMPORARY DISABILITIES; INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION ( EC , 48207, 48208) The purpose of home and hospital instruction is to help students maintain continuity of instruction during a period of temporary disability. Any student with a temporary disability that makes attendance in regular classes or another education program impossible or inadvisable must receive individual instruction provided by the student s school district. "Temporary disability" means a physical, mental, or emotional disability incurred while a student is enrolled in regular day classes or an alternative education program and after which a student can reasonably be expected to return to regular day classes or an alternative educational program without special interventions. "Individual instruction" means instruction provided to a student in a hospital or other residential health facility (excluding instruction in state hospitals), in the student's home, or under other circumstances prescribed by the State Board of Education. ABSENCE FOR RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION (EC 46014) Districts may allow pupils with parent consent to be excused to participate in religious exercises/instruction. ABSENCES FOR CONFIDENTIAL MEDICAL SERVICES (EC ) Students in grades 7-12 and their parents are notified that the law permits schools to excuse students for the purpose of obtaining confidential medical services without parental consent. District policy regarding excusing such absences is available upon request. NOTICE OF MINIMUM DAYS AND PUPIL FREE STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAYS (EC 48980(c)) The district is required to annually notify parents of its schedule(s) of minimum days and student free staff development days at the beginning of the year or as early as possible, but no later than one month prior to the start of school. GRADE REDUCTION/LOSS OF ACADEMIC CREDIT (EC 48980(j)) No student shall have his/her grade reduced or lose academic credit for any excused absence pursuant to EC for missed assignments/tests that can reasonably be provided/completed. EXCUSED ABSENCES (EC 48205) Notwithstanding Section 48200, a pupil shall be excused from school when the absence is: (1)Due to his or her illness. (2) Due to quarantine under the direction of a county/city health officer. (3) For the purpose of having medical, dental, optometric, or chiropractic services rendered. (4) For the purpose of attending the funeral services of a member of his or her immediate family, so long as the absence is not more than one day if the service is conducted in California and not more than three days if the service is conducted outside California. (5) For the purpose of jury duty in the manner provided for by law. (6) Due to the illness or medical appointment during school hours of a child of whom the pupil is the custodial parent. (7) For justifiable personal reasons, including, but not limited to, an appearance in court, attendance at a funeral service, observance of a holiday or ceremony of his or her religion, attendance at religious retreats, attendance at an employment conference, or attendance at an educational conference on the legislative or judicial process offered by a nonprofit organization when the pupil's absence is requested in writing by the parent or guardian and approved by the principal or a designated representative pursuant to uniform standards established by the governing board. (8) For the purpose of serving as a member of a precinct board for an election pursuant to Section of the Elections Code. (9) For the purpose of spending time with a member of the pupil s immediate family, who is an active duty member of the uniformed services, as defined in Section 49701, and has been called to duty for, is on leave from, or has immediately returned from, deployment to a combat zone or combat support position. Absences granted pursuant to this paragraph shall be granted for a period of time to be determined at the discretion of the superintendent of the school district. (b) A pupil absent from school under this section shall be allowed to complete all assignments and tests missed during the absence that can be reasonably provided and, upon satisfactory completion within a reasonable period of time, shall be given full credit therefore. The teacher of the class from which a pupil is absent shall determine which tests and assignments shall be reasonably equivalent to, but not necessarily identical to, the tests and assignments that the pupil missed during the absence. (c) For purposes of this section, attendance at religious retreats shall not exceed four hours per semester. (d) Absences pursuant to this section are deemed to be absences in computing average daily attendance and shall not generate state apportionment payments. (e) "Immediate family," as used in this section, has the same meaning as that set forth in Section 45194, except that references therein to "employee" shall be deemed to be references to "pupil." 12

13 TRUANCY (EC 48260) Any pupil subject to compulsory full-time education or to compulsory continuation education who is absent from school without a valid excuse for three (3) full days in one (1) school year or tardy or absent for more than 30-minute period during the school day without a valid excuse on three occasions in one school year, or any combination thereof, is a truant and shall be reported to the attendance supervisor. FINGERPRINTING PROGRAM (EC 32390) Districts are authorized to offer fingerprinting programs for children enrolled in kindergarten or newly enrolled in the district. If the district has adopted such a program, you will be notified of procedures, applicable fee and your If you believe the district is not in compliance with federal regulations regarding privacy, you may file a complaint with the United States Department of Education (20 USC 1232(g)). You have the right to inspect all instructional materials which will be used in connection with any survey, analysis, or evaluation as part of any applicable program. SEX EQUITY IN CAREER PLANNING (EC 221.5(d)) Parents shall be notified in advance of career counseling and course selection commencing with course selection in Grade 7, to promote sex equity and allow parents to participate in counseling sessions and decisions. COLLEGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (EC 51229, 48980) College Admission Requirements: The University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU) have established common high school course requirements for undergraduate admission. Students who take these courses and meet other specified criteria are eligible to apply and be considered for admission. The following list is commonly referred to as the A-G requirements: (1) Two years of history/social science; (2) Four years of college preparatory English or language instruction; (3) Three years of college preparatory mathematics; (4) Two years of laboratory science; (5) Two years of the same language other than English; (6) One year of visual and performing arts; and (7) One year of college preparatory electives. Websites: The following UC and CSU web sites help students and their families learn about college admission requirements, and also list highschool courses that have been certified for undergraduate admission: UC: Career Technical Education: The California Department of Education defines career technical education as a program of study that involves a multiyear sequence of courses that integrates core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with a pathway to postsecondary education and careers. Career technical education includes agriculture education, home economics, industrial and technology education, and regional occupational centers and programs, among other educational programs. Website for Career Technical Education: Students can learn more about career technical education at the following California Department of Education website: Counseling: Your child has the right to meet with a school counselor for help in choosing courses that will meet college admission requirements, or enrolling in career technical education courses, or both. If you wish to schedule a meeting with a school counselor, please contact at Modoc High School (530) ext HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM: NOTIFICATION REGARDING COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSES (EC 51229) Districts are required to provide parents or guardians of each minor pupil enrolled in grades 9 to 12 written notice of college admission requirements and career technical education courses STATE FUNDED ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS (EC 48980(k)) State funds may be available to cover the costs of advanced placement examination fees pursuant to EC HIGH SCHOOL EXIT EXAM (EC 48980(e) and 60850) Pupils completing the 12 th grade will be required to successfully complete the high school exit exam. The exam may not be administered to students not receiving adequate notice. UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURE (EC 35186) The Governing Board of the Modoc Joint Unified School District recognizes that the District has primary responsibility for insuring that it complies with state and federal laws and regulations governing educational programs. The District shall investigate and seek to resolve complaints at the local level. The District shall follow uniform complaint procedures pursuant to state regulations when addressing complaints alleging unlawful discrimination or failure to comply with the law in Adult Basic Education (Education Code Section 8500 et seq.), Consolidated Categorical Aid Programs Education Code Section 64800(a)), Migrant Education, Vocational Education (Education Code Section ), Child Care and Development Programs (Education Code Section 8200 et seq.), Child Nutrition programs (Education Code section et seq.) and Special Education Programs (Education Code sections et seq. and et seq.) and laws regarding unlawful discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, color, physical or mental disability (including AIDS), medical condition (cancer related), marital status, ancestry, or political belief or affiliation in any program or activity conducted by a local agency funded by or that receives benefits from state financial assistance. Complainants are notified that matters listed under Referring Complaint to Appropriate Agencies are not issues covered by these procedures. Complaint Officer: The Board designates MJUSD Coordinator, Superintendent, 906 West 4 th Street, Alturas, CA 96101, telephone (530) , as the District s compliance officer to receive and direct the investigation of complaints, maintain records of complaints and subsequent related actions, and insure District compliance with the law. 13

14 Notifications: The District shall annually notify in writing its students, employees, parents and guardians, school advisory committees and other interested parties of these procedures and the person responsible for processing complaints. Complainants are hereby notified that they may have alternative local civil law remedies via governmental agencies such as OCR, DFEH, EEOC, local bar associations, law schools, the Superintendent, or mediation services. Filing of Complaint: A written complaint of alleged non-compliance with a federal or state law or regulation governing education programs must be filed with compliance officer. When the subject matter of a complaint is not covered by this policy, the complainant shall be so advised. Complaints alleging unlawful discrimination may be filed by a person who alleges that he/she personally suffered unlawful discrimination, or by a person who believes that an individual or any specific class of individuals has been subjected to unlawful discrimination. The complaint must be filed no later than six (6) months from the date of the alleged discrimination or when the complainant first obtained knowledge of the facts of the alleged discrimination. For good cause, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, may grant an extension of up to ninety (90) days upon written request of the complainant. If a complainant is unable to put a complaint in writing due to conditions such as illiteracy or other handicaps, District staff shall assist in filing the complaint. The Complaint Procedure Forms are available in the Superintendent s Office, 906 West 4 th Street, Alturas, CA Investigation of Complaint: In the discretion of the compliance officer/designee, and with the consent of the parties, the compliance officer/designee may undertake a resolution of the dispute via mediation. This step is optional. The compliance officer/designee shall hold investigative meetings promptly upon receipt of the complaint or following an unsuccessful mediation. Complainant and/or representatives and the District representatives may present relevant information. To ensure that all pertinent facts are made available, the compliance officer/designee and/or the complainant may request other individuals to attend this meeting and provide additional information. Complainants are protected by law from retaliation for their participation in the complaint investigation process. By filing a complaint, complainant authorizes the District to investigate and make disclosures as may be reasonably necessary to the investigation and resolution of the complaint. Written Decision: Within sixty (60) days of receiving the complaint, the compliance officer/designee shall prepare and send to the complainant a written report of the District s investigation and decision, including: 1. Corrective actions require personnel action, the specifics of such actions may not be disclosed to the complainant; 2. The rationale for the above disposition; 3. Notice of the complainant s right to appeal the decision to the California Department of Education, and procedure to be followed for initiating such an appeal. The report of the District s decision shall be written in English and in the language of the complainant whenever feasible or required by law. Referring Complaint Issues to Appropriate Agencies: In accordance with 5 C.C.R the following complaints shall be referred to the specified agencies for appropriate resolution and are not subject to these complaint procedures. 1. Allegations of child abuse: Riverside County Department of Public Social Services, Kidd Street, Riverside, California Health and safety complaints regarding a child development program: Riverside County Department of Public Social Services, Kidd Street, Riverside, California Discrimination issues involving child nutrition programs; Administrator, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, 3101 Park Center Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22302, or Secretary of Agriculture, Washington D.C , or U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Consumer Service, Western Regional Office, 550 Kearney Street, #400, San Francisco, California Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; United States Office for Civil Rights (OCR), U.S. Department of Education, Old Federal Building, 50 United Nations Plaza, Room 239, San Francisco, California Employment discrimination complaints; State Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DEFH), 1845 S. Business Center Drive, Suite 127, San Bernardino, California Allegations of fraud shall be referred to the responsible State or Federal Department Division Director and its legal office; California Department of Education, P.O. Box , Sacramento, California Depending on the nature of the complaint, the complainant may also have available civil law remedies, and may consult his/her attorney. STUDENT INSURANCE (EC ) Modoc Joint Unified School District does not provide medical insurance coverage for school accidents. This means that you are responsible for your child's medical bills if he or she gets hurt during school activities. The District does make available student accident insurance plans to help pay those bills. Many coverage options are available. The Student Health Care and High Option 24-Hour Accident plans are especially recommended for those students with no other insurance because they provide the most help when injuries occur. Student Health Care covers illness as well as injury, 24 hours a day. If your child does have other health coverage, student insurance may also be used to help pay those charges not covered by other insurance. If your child qualifies for Medicare, you must read a copy of the "Important Notice to Persons on Medicare" prior to applying for student insurance. If you would like a brochure, please contact your child s school. If you have questions or need help with your applications, please call the plan administrator, Myers-Stevens, at (800) , or (714) Bilingual representatives are available for parents who need assistance in Spanish. ORAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT WAIVER REQUEST (EC ) To make sure your child is ready for school, California law, Education Code Section , now requires that your child have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) by May 31 in either kindergarten or first grade, whichever is his or her first year in public school. Assessments that have happened within the 12 months before your child enters school also meet this requirement. The law specifies that the assessment must be done by a licensed dentist or other licensed or registered dental health professional. Take the Oral Health Assessment/Waiver Request form attached in your forms packet to the dental office, as it will be needed for your child s check-up. If you cannot take your child for this required assessment, please indicate the reason for this in Section 3 of the form. You can get more copies of the necessary form at your child s school or online from the California Department of Education s Web site at California law requires schools to maintain the privacy of students health information. Your child s identity will not be associated with any report produced as a result of this requirement. The following resources will help you find a dentist and complete this requirement for your child: 1. Medi-Cal/Denti-Cal s toll-free number or Web site can help you to find a dentist who takes Denti-Cal: ; 14

15 For help enrolling your child in Medi-Cal/Denti-Cal, contact your local social service agency at the Modoc County Department of Social Services, 120 North Main Street, Alturas, CA 96101, (530) Healthy Families toll-free number or Web site can help you to find a dentist who takes Healthy Families insurance or to find out if your child can enroll in the program: or 3. For additional resources that may be helpful, contact the local public health department at the Modoc County Department of Social Services, 120 North Main Street, Alturas, CA 96101, (530) TYPE 2 DIABETES INFORMATION (EC Pursuant to California Education Code Section , this type 2 diabetes information is for local educational agencies to provide to parents and guardians of incoming seventh grade students beginning July 1, The California Department of Education developed this type 2 diabetes information in collaboration with the California Department of Public Health, American Diabetes Association, California School Nurses Organization, and Children s Hospital of Orange County. Also see available translations of this information. Description Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes in adults. Until a few years ago, type 2 diabetes was rare in children, but it is becoming more common, especially for overweight teens. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in three American children born after 2000 will develop type 2 diabetes in his or her lifetime. Type 2 diabetes affects the way the body is able to use sugar (glucose) for energy. The body turns the carbohydrates in food into glucose, the basic fuel for the body s cells. The pancreas makes insulin, a hormone that moves glucose from the blood to the cells. In type 2 diabetes, the body s cells resist the effects of insulin, and blood glucose levels rise. Over time, glucose reaches dangerously high levels in the blood, which is called hyperglycemia. Hyperglycemia can lead to health problems like heart disease, blindness, and kidney failure. Risk Factors Associated with Type 2 Diabetes It is recommended that students displaying or possibly experiencing the risk factors and warning signs associated with type 2 diabetes be screened (tested) for the disease. Risk Factors Researchers do not completely understand why some people develop type 2 diabetes and others do not; however, the following risk factors are associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in children: Being overweight. The single greatest risk factor for type 2 diabetes in children is excess weight. In the U.S., almost one out of every five children is overweight. The chances are more than double that an overweight child will develop diabetes. Family history of diabetes. Many affected children and youth have at least one parent with diabetes or have a significant family history of the disease. Inactivity. Being inactive further reduces the body's ability to respond to insulin. Specific racial/ethnic groups. Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, or Asian/Pacific Islanders are more prone than other ethnic groups to develop type 2 diabetes. Puberty. Young people in puberty are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than younger children, probably because of normal rises in hormone levels that can cause insulin resistance during this stage of rapid growth and physical development. Warning Signs and Symptoms Associated with Type 2 Diabetes Warning signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes in children develop slowly, and initially there may be no symptoms. However, not everyone with insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes develops these warning signs, and not everyone who has these symptoms necessarily has type 2 diabetes. Increased hunger, even after eating Unexplained weight loss Increased thirst, dry mouth, and frequent urination Feeling very tired Blurred vision Slow healing of sores or cuts Dark velvety or ridged patches of skin, especially on the back of the neck or under the arms Irregular periods, no periods, and/or excess facial and body hair growth in girls High blood pressure or abnormal blood fats levels 15

16 Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Methods and Treatments Healthy lifestyle choices can help prevent and treat type 2 diabetes. Even with a family history of diabetes, eating healthy foods in the correct amounts and exercising regularly can help children achieve or maintain a normal weight and normal blood glucose levels. Eat healthy foods. Make wise food choices. Eat foods low in fat and calories. Get more physical activity. Increase physical activity to at least 60 minutes every day. Take medication. If diet and exercise are not enough to control the disease, it may be necessary to treat type 2 diabetes with medication. The first step in treating type 2 diabetes is to visit a doctor. A doctor can determine if a child is overweight based on the child's age, weight, and height. A doctor can also request tests of a child's blood glucose to see if the child has diabetes or pre-diabetes (a condition which may lead to type 2 diabetes). Types of Diabetes Screening Tests That Are Available Glycated hemoglobin (A1C) test. A blood test measures the average blood sugar level over two to three months. An A1C level of 6.5 percent or higher on two separate tests indicates diabetes. Random (non-fasting) blood sugar test. A blood sample is taken at a random time. A random blood sugar level of 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl) or higher suggests diabetes. This test must be confirmed with a fasting blood glucose test. Fasting blood sugar test. A blood sample is taken after an overnight fast. A fasting blood sugar level less than 100 mg/dl is normal. A level of 100 to 125 mg/dl is considered pre-diabetes. A level of 126 mg/dl or higher on two separate tests indicates diabetes. Oral glucose tolerance test. A test measuring the fasting blood sugar level after an overnight fast with periodic testing for the next several hours after drinking a sugary liquid. A reading of more than 200 mg/dl after two hours indicates diabetes. Type 2 diabetes in children is a preventable/treatable disease and the guidance provided in this information sheet is intended to raise awareness about this disease. Contact your student's school nurse, school administrator, or health care provider if you have questions. References American Diabetes Association Clinical Journal Helping Children with Diabetes Succeed: A Guide for School Personnel KidsHealth Mayo Clinic National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health s MedLine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention PUPIL RECORDS/NOTICE OF PRIVACY RIGHTS OF PARENTS AND STUDENTS (EC et seq., 49073, 34 CFR 99.30, 34 CFR 99.34, and the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) Federal and state laws concerning student records grant certain rights of privacy and right of access to students and to their parents. Full access to all personally identifiable written records maintained by the school district must be granted to: (1) Parents of students 17 and younger; (2) Parents of students age 18 and older if the student is a dependent for tax purposes; (3) Students age 18 and older, or students who are enrolled in an institution of postsecondary instruction (called eligible students ). Parents, or an eligible student, may review individual records by making a request to the principal. The principal will see that explanation and interpretations are provided if requested. Information that is alleged to be inaccurate or inappropriate may be removed upon request. In addition, parents or eligible students may receive a copy of any information in the records at reasonable cost per page within 5 business days of the request. District policies and procedures relating to: location of, and types of, records; kinds of information retained; persons responsible for records; directory information; access by other persons; review; and challenge of records are available through the principal at each school. When a student moves to a new district, records will be forwarded upon the request of the new school district. At the time of transfer, the parent or eligible student may review, receive a copy (at a reasonable fee), and/or challenge the records. Board Policy 5410 states that parents or legal guardians have the right to inspect and review any and all official records, files, and data directly related to their children, including all material that is incorporated into each student s cumulative record folder. Students Eighteen Years of Age or Older: Whenever a student has attained the age of 18 years or is still attending an institution of post-secondary education, the permission or consent required of, and the rights accorded to, the parents or guardian of the student shall thereafter only be required of, and accorded to, the student. Requests for Access to Records Must be Granted Within a Reasonable Period of Time: A parent, guardian, or student need only appear in person at the school during regular hours of the school day and request to see such records. If for some reason the records are not immediately available, the request shall be granted within a reasonable period of time, but in no case more than five working days after the request has been made. A reasonable charge ($0.10 per page) may be made for copies of records requested by the parent/guardian; such charge will be waived by the principal in case of hardship. Right to Challenge the Contents of a Student s School Records Including the Right to Appeal: Certain information may be added to or removed from the record upon mutual agreement of the principal and the parent. In the event of disagreement, the parent/guardian may file a written request with the Superintendent to remove any information recorded in the written records concerning his/her child or ward which he/she alleges to be 16

17 inaccurate; an unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference; a conclusion or inference outside the observer s area of competence; or, not based on the personal observation of a named person with the time and place of the observation noted. The complete record should be impounded by the principal while under appeal. Copies of contested material shall not be given to any individual, including the party making the challenge. Such material shall be held in a confidential file. A complete copy of the board policy regarding the right to challenge is available at the school site or the Student Services Department. RELEASE OF STUDENT RECORDS TO SCHOOL OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE DISTRICT (EC 49076(a)(1) and 49064(d)) Districts may release educational records, without obtaining prior written parental consent, to any school official or employee, which would include accountants, consultants, contractors, or other service providers, who have a legitimate educational interest in the educational record. NOTICE OF PRIVACY POLICY(EC 51513) No test, QUESTIONNAIRE, survey, or examination containing any questions about the pupil s personal beliefs or practices in sex, family life, morality, and religion, or any questions about the pupil s parents or guardians beliefs and practices in sex, family life, morality, and religion, shall be administered to any pupil in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, unless the parent or guardian of the pupil is notified in writing that this test, questionnaire, survey, or examination is to be administered and the parent or guardian of the pupil gives written permission for the pupil to take this test, questionnaire, survey, or examination. CONCUSSION AND HEAD INJURIES (EC 49475) Requires, on a yearly basis, a concussion and head injury information sheet to be signed and returned by the athlete and the athlete s parent or guardian before the athlete s initiating practice or competition. These provisions would not apply to an athlete engaged in an athletic activity during the regular school day or as part of a physical education course. SAFE PLACE TO LEARN ACT (EC 234.1) The district is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment that is free from bullying. Any student who engages in bullying of anyone in or from the district may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion. For a copy of the district s antidiscrimination, antiharassment, anti-intimidation, and anti-bullying policies or to report incidences of bullying please contact the district office. PROSPECTUS OF SCHOOL CURRICULUM (EC ) The curriculum of every course offered by the schools of the district is compiled annually by each school in a prospectus. Each school prospectus is available for review upon request at each school site. Copies are available upon request for a reasonable fee not to exceed the actual copying cost. DIRECTORY INFORMATION (EC 49073) The district also makes student directory information available in accordance with state and federal laws. This means that each student s name, birth date, address, telephone number, address, major course of study, participation in officially recognized school activities, dates of attendance degrees and awards received, and most recent previous public or private school attendance may be released in accordance with board policy. In addition, height and weight of athletes may be made available. Appropriate directory information may be provided to any agency or person except private, profit making organizations (other than employers, potential employers or the news media). Names and addresses of seniors or terminating students may be given to public or private schools and colleges. Parents and eligible students will be notified prior to the destruction of any special education records. You have the right to inspect a survey or other instrument to be administered or distributed to your child that either collects personal information for marketing or sale or requests information about beliefs and practices and any instructional material to be used as part of your child's educational curriculum. Please contact your child s school if you wish to inspect such a survey or other instrument. Upon written request from the parent of a student age 17 or younger, the district will withhold directory information about the student. If the student is 18 or older or enrolled in an institution of postsecondary instruction and makes a written request, the student s request to deny access to directory information will be honored. Requests must be submitted within 30 calendar days of the receipt of this notification. RELEASE OF INFO TO MILITARY SERVICES REPS/RELEASE OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS (EC ; 20 USC 7908(a)(2)) Parents of secondary students may request in writing that the student s name, address, and telephone listing not be released to armed forces recruiters without prior written parental consent. HIGH SCHOOL EXIT EXAM (C.C.R ) Starting with the graduating class of , California State Law (SB2, 1999) requires high school students to pass the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) to earn a high school diploma. The CAHSEE measures how well students have learned the required California Content Standards approved by the California State Board of Education. There are two sections on the CAHSEE: (1) a mathematics section and (2) an English-language arts (reading and writing) section. Both mathematics and English-language arts sections must be passed to fulfill the CAHSEE graduation requirement. Once a section of the CAHSEE is passed, a student is not required to take that section over again. Students must earn a scale score of at least 350 to pass a section. For example, a student who earned a scale score of 350 or higher on the mathematics section passed that section of the CAHSEE. Students who did not take a section of the test or did not pass a section must retake that section. Both sections of the CAHSEE must be passed in order to fulfill the State mandated graduation requirement. Students have several opportunities to take the CAHSEE tests. Students are eligible to take the test for the first time in the spring of their tenth grade year, two times in eleventh grade, and three more times in twelfth grade. Seniors may also take the CAHSEE during summer school after their normally scheduled graduation date and/or as a student enrolled in Adult Education. Naturally, the questions change from test administration to test 17

18 administration, but the content and skills tested remain the same. For further information in CAHSEE, please see the following California Department of Education web site: Your child s school is committed to help every student learn the California Content Standards measured on this test. Please contact your child s guidance counselor should you have any questions concerning this test. HIGH SCHOOL OPEN CAMPUS (EC ) The governing board of the Modoc Joint Unified School District, pursuant to Section of the Education Code, has decided to permit the pupils enrolled at Modoc High School to leave the school grounds during the lunch period. Section further states: Neither the school district nor any officer or employee thereof shall be liable for the conduct or safety of any pupil during such time as the pupil has left the school grounds pursuant to this section. TITLE I PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY 2015/2016 TITLE I SCHOOLS (EC 11503) Each year the Superintendent or designee shall identify specific objectives of the district's parent involvement program for schools that receive Title I funding. He/she shall ensure that parents/guardians are consulted and participate in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of the parent involvement program. The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that the district's parent involvement strategies are jointly developed with and agreed upon by parents/guardians of students participating in Title I programs. Those strategies shall establish expectations for parent involvement and describe how the district will carry out each activity listed in 20 USC (20 USC 6318) The Superintendent or designee shall consult with parents/guardians of participating students in the planning and implementation of parent involvement programs, activities, and regulations. He/she also shall involve parents/guardians of participating students in decisions regarding how the district's Title I funds will be allotted for parent involvement activities. (20 USC 6318) The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that each school receiving Title I funds develop a school-level parent involvement policy in accordance with 20 USC STATEMENT OF PURPOSE The Modoc Joint Unified School District is dedicated to providing a quality education for every student in our district. To accomplish this objective, the district will develop and maintain partnerships with parents/caregivers, patrons, and community members. Modoc Joint Unified School District will involve parents/caregivers in all aspects of the various local, state and federal programs offered at Modoc Joint Unified School District schools. Everyone gains if school, home and community work together to promote high achievement by our children. PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN POLICY DEVELOPMENT Parents, members of the community and school staff will work to design and implement the Parent Involvement Policy. Modoc Joint Unified School District will publicize and actively recruit the participation of a diverse parent population. ANNUAL MEETING FOR TITLE I PARENTS/CAREGIVERS Modoc Joint Unified School District uses Title I funds to provide school wide services for students. Modoc Joint Unified School district will hold at least one meeting annually to review Title I guidelines and services offered through the district. Copies of the district s Parent Involvement Policy and Parent/Student/Teacher/Principal Compact will be distributed at the meeting. Parents/Caregivers will be encouraged to become involved in revising and updating the policy as necessary and parent volunteers will be recruited for various district committee appointments. The meeting will be held at a convenient time and location. Notice of the meeting will be provided through invitation to parents/caregivers and public notices. An interpreter will be available to help with non-english speaking parents/caregivers. SCHOOL COMPACTS In accordance with Title I regulations, school and parent representatives will develop a Parent/Student/Teacher/Principal Compact. This compact will identify ways the school and parents can share the responsibility for student performance and success. All parents will be given a copy of the compact detailing the responsibilities that teachers, parents, students and principal have in helping students accomplish performance goals. Parent, student, teacher and principal signatures will be required. Parents are encouraged to discuss the contents of the compact with their child(ren). The compacts will be disseminated in the Back to School packets and need to be returned as soon as possible. DRESS CODE/GANG APPAREL (EC 35183) The district is authorized to adopt a reasonable dress code. STUDENT DRESS GUIDELINES Modoc Joint Unified School District recognizes that students and their parents/guardians have a vital role in the judgment and enforcement of appropriate student hygiene, grooming, and dress. Proper attention to personal cleanliness, health, safety, neatness and suitability of clothing and appearance in school and at all school activities contribute to the good and reputation of the District and its students. Modoc Joint Unified School District believes that minimal dress standards need to be established in order to provide a healthy and safe learning environment for students. A healthy and safe environment is essential for student learning and minimal dress standards establish a basic tone of behavior which fosters respect for self and others. It is with these concepts in mind that Modoc Joint Unified School District establishes the following dress standards: 1. Shoes or sandals must be worn at all times. Footwear must provide proper protection in shop, lab and P.E. classes. 2. Clothing, jewelry shall be free of writing, pictures or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane or sexually suggestive or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice or the use of drugs, alcohol or tobacco. 3. The wearing of apparel or combination of items of apparel associated with gangs or other similar groups or organizations is recognized as an educational disruption and is not appropriate for school wear. 18

19 4. Hats and sunglasses are not to be worn in buildings and should be kept in lockers or backpacks during school hours. Hats may be worn outside during lunch break and/or P.E. at the teacher s discretion. 5. Pants may not be oversized, sagging or baggy. Pant legs may not be slit or cut off (including shorts). 6. Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited. No lingerie or look-alike lingerie allowed. 7. All shirts and tops must have hemmed sleeves. 8. Spandex or skin tight pants or shorts are not appropriate for general school wear. 9. Gym shorts may not be worn in class other than physical education. 10. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed. Non-compliance with these standards will result in a conference and/or disciplinary action. Modifications to these guidelines may be made during the school year as needed. Every effort will be made to notify students and parents of these changes in a timely manner. SUN PROTECTIVE CLOTHING/USE OF SUNSCREEN (EC ) School sites must allow for outdoor use of sun protective clothing and must provide for the use of sunscreen by students during the school day by an established policy. ASBESTOS (40 CFR ): The district has a plan for eliminating health risks that are created by the presence of asbestos in school buildings. It may be reviewed at the district office. NON-TITLE I SCHOOLS The Superintendent or designee shall develop and implement strategies applicable to each school that does not receive federal Title I funds to encourage the involvement and support of parents/guardians in the education of their children, including, but not limited to, strategies describing how the district and schools will address the purposes and goals described in Education Code (Education Code 11504) TOBACCO FREE SCHOOLS (HS ) Use of tobacco products at any time by students, staff, parents, or visitors, is strictly prohibited in district owned or leased buildings, on district property, and in district vehicles. This prohibition applies to all employees, students, and visitors at any school sponsored instructional program, activity, or athletic event held on or off district property. Prohibited products include any product containing tobacco or nicotine, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, miniature cigars, smokeless tobacco, snuff, chew, clove cigarettes, betel, and nicotine delivery devices such as electronic cigarettes. Exceptions may be made for the use or possession of prescription nicotine products. Any employee or student who violates the district's tobacco free schools policy shall be asked to refrain from smoking and shall be subject to disciplinary action as appropriate. Possessing, tobacco or nicotine products, including but not limited to cigarettes, snuff, smokeless tobacco, chew packets, betel, or paraphernalia. First Offense: The student will be assigned to Saturday School with parent contact. Second Offense: Student will be assigned to Saturday School with Tobacco Education Lesson with parent contact, and Voluntary Tobacco Awareness Program. Third Offense: ACP / Suspension with parent contact and mandatory Tobacco Education Group. SAFE PLACE TO LEARN ACT (EC 234.1) The district is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment that is free from bullying. Any student who engages in bullying of anyone in or from the district may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion. For a copy of the district s antidiscrimination, antiharassment, anti-intimidation, and anti-bullying policies or to report incidences of bullying please contact the district office. SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD (EC 35256) Districts are to make a concerted effort to notify parents of the purpose of school accountability report cards, and ensure that all parents receive a copy. COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN (EC et seq.) Each school is required to report on the status of its school safety plan, including a description of its key elements, in the annual school accountability report card (SARC). The planning committee is required to hold a public meeting to allow members of the public the opportunity to express an opinion about the school plan. The planning committee shall notify specified persons and entities in writing. DUTY CONCERNING CONDUCT OF PUPILS (EC 44807) All students participating in District programs or activities will comply with District policies, rules and regulations, pursue their studies and obey the valid authority of District staff. Any student who feels another participant is disrupting the student s learning environment is strongly encouraged to report that misconduct to a District staff member. The District staff member will, in turn, report to the designated District staff member in charge of handling student complaints. District staff expects all students enrolled in District programs or activities to conduct themselves in a manner that enriches the educational environment and does not disrupt the learning process. The District believes all students enrolled in District programs or activities should experience a positive learning environment. All students participating in District programs or activities are expected to cooperate by respecting the rights of other participants, which includes the right to a learning environment free from disruptions. Student conduct includes conduct on school grounds, going to and from school and during recess and lunch periods. Every teacher has a duty to hold pupils accountable for their conduct on the way to and from school, and on the playground., or during recess. A teacher, vice principal, principal or any other certificated employee of a school district, shall not be subject to criminal prosecution or criminal penalties for the exercise, during the performance of his duties, of the same degree or physical control over a pupil that a parent would be legally 19

20 privileged to exercise but which in no event shall exceed the amount of physical control reasonably necessary to maintain order, protect property, or protect the health and safety of pupils, or to maintain proper and appropriate conditions conducive to learning. DUTIES OF PUPILS (5 CCR 300) Pupils must conform to school regulations, obey all directions, be diligent in study, be respectful of teachers/others in authority, and refrain from profane/vulgar language. CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORTING-PENAL CODE District staff is required by law to report cases of child abuse and neglect to the appropriate law enforcement agency when they have a reasonable suspicion that a child has been a victim of child abuse and/ or neglect. Reasonable suspicion does not require certainty that the child abuse and/or neglect has occurred. The reporting staff member s name and report are confidential. The fact that a child is homeless or an unaccompanied minor is not, in and of itself, a sufficient basis for reporting child abuse or neglect. DISRUPTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOL OR MEETING-(EC 32210) Any person who willfully disturbs any public school or public school meeting is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500). MEGAN S LAW NOTIFICATION (PENAL CODE (EC 290.4) Parents and members of the public have the right to review information regarding registered sex offenders at the main office of the local law enforcement agency for this school district. LIABILITY OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN FOR WILLFUL PUPIL MISCONDUCT (EC 48904) The parent or guardian of any minor may be held financially liable for the pupil s willful misconduct which results in injury or death to any pupil or person employed or volunteering for the District or injury to real or personal property belonging to the District or a District employee. The parent or guardian of a minor shall be liable to the District for all property belonging to the District loaned to the minor and not returned upon demand of an employee of the District authorized to make the demand. The District shall notify the parent or guardian of the pupil in writing of the pupil s alleged misconduct before withholding the pupil s grades, diploma or transcript pursuant to this Section. CHILDREN IN HOMELESS SITUATIONS (42 USC ) Each local district shall appoint a liaison for homeless children who shall ensure the dissemination of public notice of the educational rights of students in homeless situations. 20

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